The New Deal Live at the Bowery Ballroom on 2004-11-27
Set 1 / Disc 1
01. DJ Harry>
02. Segue into tND>
03. Sub Sky>
07. Jam3> *
11. Mirror In The Bathroom**>
13. Back To The Middle
Set 2 / Disc 2
01. Segue into tND from DJ Harry>
04. Dancehall Jam>
11. VL Tone
18. My Head, My Head
*with 'Possibly Maybe' (Bjork) tease in beginning?
**by The English Beat
Collection TheNewDealBand/Artist The New DealVenue the Bowery BallroomLocation New York, NYSource Schoeps mk41> kc5> cmc6xt> mini me [16/44.1]> jb3 [optical]Lineage jb3> usb> wavelab 5.0> cdwave> flac16Taped by Chris Killian / Scott ReeseTransferred by Chris Killian
the New Deal
The Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY
Source: Schoeps mk41> kc5> cmc6xt> mini me [16/44.1]> jb3 [optical]> wavelab 5.0> cdwave> flac16
July 29, 2010
Excellent sounding recording - and from taping at the Bowery a lot myself, I'm especially impressed with this pull, as the balcony can present challenges if not done properly.
I'm inspired to catch these guys the next time they come through town...
June 16, 2010
think i heard a teaser of a Heart song @ end of Jam7, maybe "Crazy on You"?
April 11, 2008
listen to Jam 2
May 13, 2005
Difficult to describe
was better than first night...they rocked the place out...thought the floor was going to give out crazy amounts of energy..always give bomb performnce when comming to NYC...Drinks were $$$, but didn't need to get drunk to enjoy a new deal show
December 21, 2004
There's gold in this thar show
Check out Jam1 at 3:04 and play to end of track. Really gets me going. Deep bass. drums enter. Yacking synths next. Back to drum and bass. Then frickin synth percussive explosion at 4:32. Twists my mind. Repeat.
December 15, 2004
good show... not as good as first night, but definately NASTY! don't give a damn about drink prices so I got tanked. and I need alcohol Mayto, can't partake in brownies when you're on tests... :(
December 2, 2004
This was my 1st time seeing the new deal... show was amazing! deff worth a d.l
December 2, 2004
Good Energy for this show (5 stars). Good recording also. Loads of bass. Recording gets 4 stars because I am used to hearing Rob Clarke SKB audience recordings that sound almost like stage mics (http://www.archive.org/audio/etree-details-db.php?id=7082) from the Bowery. Still great job on the recording. On a different note, The Bowery is a great place to see a show. I live smack between NYC and Philly and the Bowery is my favorite venue. As for drink prices, the Bowery is expensive compared to Philly venues or NJ, but is very comparable to any place else in NYC and much cheaper than some places (BB Kings Blues Club, for example). While they may not be the cheapest drinks, they are strong. There is also free water at the Bowery (great to wash down brownies). Who needs alcohol anyway?